On the Market: Bulldozers Take Out Chickens in the Dead of Night; DMV Service Poised to Slow; Parking is Pricey for Utilities Giant

Limited supply and high demand evidently whisk costly condos off the market pretty quick. [NYT]
Concerned that your bulldozers might draw negative attention? Just use them at night. [NYP]
Marty Markowitz must leave some dreams deferred. [BK Paper]
Mixed use development in Williamsburg’s yet-unfancy regions goes forward. [WSJ]
What do the Catskills need most? Oh, right. More casinos. [NYP]
Andrew Haswell Green, “Father of New York,” I hardly knew ye. [Ephemeral NY]
Forest City Ratner may lengthen DMV lines by supplanting an office with apartments. [BK Paper]
Architects applaud de Blasio’s choice for housing czar. [Crain's]
A Tribeca condo board less than agreeable? Unthinkable. [TRD]
Con Ed spends millions to reserve parking spaces, making for some pricey annoyances. [DNAinfo]
Kids still hang out at the mall? King’s Plaza Shopping Center ends ban on teens. [NYDN]
Life after death is real, for Pizza Hut. [AC]